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Chemical Watch | February 12, 2020
NGOs gathered yesterday to call on the budget chain 99 Cents Only Stores to follow the lead of its competitors and adopt a chemicals policy. Five years ago, the Campaign for Healthier Solutions – which is made up of over 100 health, community and environmental justice organisations nationwide – released a report that found over 81% of products in budget chains contain "hazardous substances", such as phthalates or heavy metals. And while 99 Cents Only Stores’ competito...
Chemicalwatch | May 11, 2020
Deadlines are looming for the risk evaluations and collection of fees associated with 30 high-priority chemicals, reporting obligations related to the chemical data reporting (CDR) rule – and the continued protection of certain confidential business information (CBI). Most of these deadlines are set out in TSCA itself, giving the US EPA little room to manoeuvre despite the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. That leaves a pile of work ahead for the agency and a crush of deadlines ...
Ceresana | October 02, 2020
Why complicate things when you can make them simple? Colorants and flavors for beverages are often not directly mixed with water and prefabricated, ready-to-use syrup concentrates are used instead. In the production of plastics, too, so-called masterbatches – granules with a high concentration of colorants, other additives, or fillers – are preferred to powders, pastes, or liquid additives. Premixed concentrates with precisely defined properties facilitate processing and increase pro...
The Cordova Times | March 10, 2020
Alaska Commissioner of Environmental Conservation Jason Brune says the majority of reported toxic releases in the state consist of naturally occurring trace minerals in waste rock and tailings excavated from mine sites. Mining waste rock and tailings are disposed of in state-permitted, engineered and monitored disposal sites, Brune said, in recent comments about the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s released analysis of the annual Toxics Release Inventory data for 2018. “Big min...
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